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THE NORKS' MEA CULPA

by Mark5019 / October 19, 2006 10:59 PM PDT

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il now says he's sorry about his nation's first nuclear test. Why the sudden change of heart? Because North Korea's biggest neighbor, China, has turned up the heat. Essentially China sent a delegation to meet with The Gargoyle and told him to come back to the six-party talks and stop testing nuclear weapons. The result was Kim Jong-Il caved. China is his enabler. He had no real choice. So we probably won't see anymore nuclear tests north of the DMZ for awhile.

All of this proves one thing......the Bush administration's way of dealing with North Korea actually works, whereas the Clinton administration's policy of appeasement and bilateral negotiations does not. If Clinton had been in office --- or if the Democrat Appeasement Party had its way, we would have rushed in there with money and promises, and the Gargoyle would be sitting fat and happy, the toast of America-haters everywhere.

All The Gargoyle did with his agreement with the Clinton White House was violate it immediately. It wasn't worth the paper it was printed on. Requiring Kim Jong-Il to negotiate with his neighbors in the six-party talks is proving much more effective. What's The Gargoyle going to say to China? No? I don't think so...especially since China could squash North Korea like a bug.

Of course, the mainstream media won't report the story this way. They'll project Kim Jong-Il in a positive light for his reversal, and never mention that it is the result of the Bush policy and Bush administration diplomatic efforts with China, South Korea and Japan. And they won't go solicit comment from people like The Poodle, who think we should be negotiating with North Korea directly


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Bush administration's way of dealing with N K actual works
by JP Bill / October 19, 2006 11:15 PM PDT
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I agree

Get other nations together, impose sanctions AND enforce them

Perhaps the world did learn something from the liberation of Iraq.

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the real BIG difference is CHINA
by Mark5019 / October 19, 2006 11:36 PM PDT

if you had china as your neighbor and china said jump you say how high

and when President Bush refused 1 on 1 was good as it showed strength, not letting nk to say see we got our way with the usa

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we got our way with the usa
by JP Bill / October 19, 2006 11:44 PM PDT

And then you give a big bouquet to China

You're killin' me mark.

(NT) Which is it China or Bush?

OR both?

or all countries?

Sanctions don't work unless all countries are involved.

Didn't you learn anything from Iraq?

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yes some countries use appeasement
by Mark5019 / October 20, 2006 12:14 AM PDT

you still want to spout off?
i mean look at your own countrys short falls

come on jp as your country hasnt done anything about iraq.

and as the nk leader wanted 1 on 1 with the usa and we refused get off your merry go round and read

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didn't take you
by JP Bill / October 20, 2006 12:19 AM PDT

long to bring up appeasement, next it'll be kerry, clinton

See ya later, perhaps on another subject, but they all come back to the same point.

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The Gargoyle
by drpruner / October 20, 2006 4:33 AM PDT
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TOS violation?

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why would it be a tos?
by Mark5019 / October 20, 2006 4:50 AM PDT
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i could say sub human and thats no tos

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(NT) (NT) Because "LOOKISM" is not PC.
by holtnr / October 20, 2006 5:25 AM PDT
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If you want to be picky
by holtnr / October 20, 2006 4:51 AM PDT
In reply to: The Gargoyle

how about "The NORKS'"????

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